\u00a0 On Friday, Nov. 13, Judge Kenneth Povodator of Connecticut Superior Court issued his ruling on the Town of Wilton\u2019s motion to dismiss Sensible Wilton\u2019s June 1, 2015 lawsuit, deciding that Sensible Wilton does in fact have standing to sue, contrary to what was argued by the defendant. One of the plaintiffs, Sensible Wilton President Alex Ruskewich, plans to go, as a member of the public, before the Board of Selectmen tonight, Nov. 16, at the selectmen\u2019s regular meeting, to discuss this most recent development with the town\u2019s executives. The lawsuit sought a writ of temporary mandamus \u2014 or legal mandate \u2014 to compel the selectmen to call a special town meeting to vote on whether to repeal the $50-million bonding authorization for the Miller-Driscoll school renovation. This legal action responds to the Board of Selectmen\u2019s denial of Sensible Wilton\u2019s original request, backed by hundreds of signatures on a petition, for the special vote. Now that the suit may go forward, Sensible Wilton, according to Ruskewich, will continue to seek that mandamus if out-of-court settlement fails. \u201cWe\u2019re not giving up on the lawsuit,\u201d Ruskewich told The Bulletin today, \u201cbut at this point, we\u2019re looking for some sort of compromise. We would prefer not to have to go further in the courts.\u201d Povodator\u2019s ruling came just four days early of a 120-day deadline, and heavy work on Miller-Driscoll School is planned to start in December. \u201cWhat we want is a reasonable solution to the Miller-Driscoll renovation,\u201d Ruskewich said, though he added it was too early and not prudent for him to describe at this time a settlement he and his constituents would be amenable to. \u201cIf we cannot come to a resolution that\u2019s reasonable,\u201d he added, \u201cthen yes, we will pursue the lawsuit in the courts.\u201d Ruskewich also told The Bulletin he is considering speaking at upcoming Board of Finance and Board of Education meetings. \u201cWe\u2019re not going to give up,\u201d Ruskewich said.